Stockists of mens streetwear from Patagonia, Adidas, Nike SB, Carhartt, Stussy, Deus, Busenitz, Janoski, Asics, Obey to name a few. Working Class Heroes are based in the market town of Ulverston, near the beautiful Lake District

40-44 Market Street, Ulverston, Cumbria, LA12 7LS, Ulverston, Cumbria, GB

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Free Postage

We offer free postage anywhere in the UK.
Orders placed before 3pm will be dispatched the same day, no minimum spend required.

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Next Day Tracked Delivery

Have your order delivered next day, fully tracked with delivery notification for just £3.
Orders must be received before 3pm.

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Select DPD Pick Up and chose to have your parcel sent to a local DPD Pickup shop (2,500 shops) for collection.
This service is fully tracked, a text will alert you when your order has arrived. Not bad for £3.

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UK Free Returns

BRAND NEW, UK free Returns. From anywhere in the UK you can send your returns back at no extra cost.
See our returns policy for full details.

Full Returns Policy

Extended Returns during the Festive Season

For any purchases made between 01st November and 31st December, Returns will be accepted until 31st January 2017.
So, if you bought a gift and effed up the sizing or seriously misjudged your S.O's taste ... don't panic, we've got you covered.
That equates to more time eating turkey and swilling booze, too. For the win!

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Van Doren Gives The Era A Good Going Over

   Words by wchWaffle

   on 15/02/2013 14:06:33

Steve Van Doren has a lot to answer for in the skate world. Founder of Vans way back in the day, creating some of the most icon shoes, not just in the world of skateboarding, but the fashion industry as a whole.

Always there for skating, always giving back. His signature shoes reflect his style, personality,  sense of fun and creative out look. With the lime green, black and white checker colour way on the Vans Era they are not for the shy and retiring type.

Steve Van Doren is often seen sporting a big smile and a loud Hawaiian shirt. Hence the Hawaiian red and yellow Era.